Over View of Non Destructive Testing Courses in Chennai

In this course such as important role for mechanical components perform the function safe, reliable and then cost effective manner. The basic concept of this course most common test methods and techniques used performing the non- destructive testing. In the non-destructive testing wide range of analysis techniques used in science, medicine, and forensics . Lot of students are learning from ieqs group of Non Destructive testing courses in Chennai . we are survey in this filed ten years and then we have so many experienced staffs and well educated. In our training centre we are teach about variant of testing courses for example visual testing, penetrate testing, magnetic partical testing, radiography testing, ultrasonic Testing .


Visual Testing

Basically in this visual testing is oldest and very common to use the non destructive testing training centre. In this process to be  variety of products forms including a casting, forgings, and weld elements to the our ieqs center. To compared with other techniques to a    easy to apply for visual testing i low cost.

Penetrant Testing

Penetrant Testing involves applying a visible dye to the surface. The dye enters the discontinuities via capillary action. The method can be applied to any non-absorbent material with uncoated surfaces. To Select the Penetrant technique for the test method to be used a  define the limitations of application of the testing method  to  translate non destructive testing codes, standards, specifications and procedures into non destructive testing of  instructions adapted to the actual working conditions.

Magnetic Partical Testing

Magnetic Testing involves the magnetization of a component, followed by the application of ferromagnetic particles. Is the primarily used in the industrial sector to test metal such as oil and gas pipelines and the different kind of metal of machinery components to a prevent accidents.

Radiography Testing

The Component is then exposed to ionizing radiation either X-Radiation or Gamma Radiation; this radiation will pass through the component and expose the film beneath it leading. Application of the Method to the Specific requirements of Robust Training, in particular making reference to those Codes, Specifications Procedures and acceptance criteria used by Robust Training, including the relevant control checks.